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Studio Ghibli Released Some Snippets From Their 2023 Movie

Studio Ghibli Released Some Snippets From Their 2023 Movie

Studio Ghibli's The Boy and the Heron

Eyes here, Studio Ghibli enthusiasts! Hayao Miyazaki has shared a collection of sneak peeks from his latest cinematic masterpiece. It has graced Japan’s silver screens last July 14, 2023.

Studio Ghibli Released Some Snippets From Their 2023 Movie

The Boy and the Heron is Miyazaki‘s new masterpiece. And lately, Ghibli released a booklet containing some stills from the movie.

Many are excited over this because it’s been five years since his last release under Ghibli. Furthermore, according to IMDb:

“Through encounters with his friends and uncle, follows a teenage boy’s psychological development. He enters a magical world with a talking grey heron after finding an abandoned tower in his new town.”

IMDb | The Boy and the Heron Movie Poster

Studio Ghibli has shared stills from the movie, courtesy of the Ghibli Community.

The Boy and the Heron is set to air at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival on September 7. Moreover, reports also said that it will premiere in theaters later this year.

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Aside from this movie, Miyazaki has also directed some Ghibli films that may pique your interest

Spirited Away (2001)

This is one of Miyazaki’s famous movies that was directed by him. The story starts off with Chihiro‘s family moving to another city, then she unexpectedly discovers a new and somewhat bizarre world.

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

This movie then focuses on the two girls, Mei and Satsuki who moved with their Dad to be with their ill mother. Afterward, the two girls encountered Totoro, and they started their forest adventures along with the magical creatures.

The Wind Rises (2013)

This masterpiece was a fictionalized biopic of Jiro Horikoshi. Aside from highlighting Jiro‘s aeronautical works, this movie also shows how his love for Naoko stood the test of distance.

These are just some of his notable works, you can support Studio Ghibli more by watching their movie releases.

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